Jaipur, July 11: Congress-drove Opposition’s presidential applicant Meira Kumar on Tuesday said that this time the race is not a battle between two hopefuls, but rather a battle of belief systems.
“The presidential race used to be a battle between two people. Surprisingly, I think it will be a challenge between two belief systems or philosophy based decisions,” she said while tending to a question and answer session at Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) office here.
The previous Speaker of the Lok Sabha stated: “I am an applicant of 17 restriction gatherings and they have resolved to battle this race in light of philosophy. I host looked for help from every one of the gatherings and by and by kept in touch with all MPs and MLAs, independent of their gatherings, asking for them to vote as per their internal voice.”
Kumar was here in association of looking for help for the presidential races to be hung on July 17. Senior pioneers of the Congress including previous Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and state Congress president Sachin Pilot, among others, were available with her.
The Bharatiya Janata Party has eight Rajya Sabha individuals from the state while Congress has two. Also, each of the 25 Lok Sabha individuals are from BJP. Of the 200 seats in the state gathering, BJP has 161 individuals and the Congress has just 24.